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nato peacekeepers are ready to enforce a shoot to kill orders in northern kosovo in the potentially explosive standoff with ethnic serbs over a disputed border post. protests that break out in tripoli as residents anger boils over at the behavior of armed and i could offer troops roaming the streets of the capital this as the humanitarian situation in the besieged to cut off the stronghold of sered forces. while in the u.s. the people are also up in arms of staging a one thousand nine hundred sixty days of style protest called operation occupy wall street against corporate and political influence and financial corruption.
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and the media passes a judgment on russia's future political landscape in the wake of the president could be at its announcement last week but he's backing prudent to return to the kremlin. broadcasting a live direct from the heart of moscow this is our teacher and i'm glad to have you with us let's take a look at your top stories in northern kosovo nato peacekeepers have used shoot to kill threats to break a roadblock i served protesters on the border earlier attempts to remove it this week failed and left several serbs injured the senior united nations official in kosovo has urged restraint on both sides and called for new talks. chefs he sent us his report from the spot. on friday the k. four troops removed one of the barricades which. also was set up
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in order to block the police and we paid for troops from gaining access to the area and we understand that more than one hundred eighty four troops came over there pointed their guns at locating this particular area and ordered them that they should leave the serbs obeyed and retreated peacefully with no violence and set up another a manmade checkpoint two large trucks on a bridge that's blocking the road the access ok for troops into the northern part of course still more than ten people remain in local hospitals and neither of it's in the town of. after being injured into these clashes with the k. four troops we managed to pay them a visit and ask them what exactly happened on tuesday. was this. we were standing by the barricade when the soldiers started shouting and shooting at us i didn't know what they were shooting with so i got scared and started running away and i was hit on the shoulder and it turned out to be
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a perforated my lung the most interesting fact here is that they came for troops and nato have been trying to convince everybody that they only used rubber bullets and tear gas grenades against the angry mob to pacify them but doctors and local hospitals told us that they those people who were injured in those clashes were delivered to hospitals carrying gunshot wounds to the room. seven men in heavy condition gunshot wounds fractures and bruises they were not from rubber bullets but a single of them had a rubber hold those wounds were caused by a regular bullet which we extracted from their bodies. now the serbs may have lost one of their checkpoints but they have lots more around the area we've counted more than ten different checkpoints the determination of the sort of people is very strong now to show that they do not want to be part of the cost of
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a republic. they are telling us to leave but we have no way to leave this is because constable is our land our home and our life it seems that we are on our own now and we will stand our ground. there has been very harsh international response on the actions of this week here in kosovo with the united states accusing the course of his service of provoking violence and the russian foreign ministry expressing deepest concerns over the situation here saying that this may seem as a small as a minor border crossing dispute but in reality this could destabilize the situation in the whole region. due to their recent actions in the kosovo standoff nato peacekeepers have lost their impartiality that is according to belgrade based political analyst alexander part which they've totally and openly stepped out of the un mandate and they're really really now just like during the one nine hundred ninety nine during the bombing when there was the air force for the albanian
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separatists there now they're infantry so this is what we have this is a clear breach of the u.n. charter and of resolution twelve forty four it's totally destroyed their standing as any sort of mediator. and i don't know how they are going to reclaim it the only way they would be able to reclaim their role would be actually. encourage things to go back to the way they were before but they've made it clear that they're not going to do that so in the absence of that everyone is just going to look at nato here as being firmly on the albanian side on the side of what serbia considers to be successful in us so we don't really have a mediator here anymore and that's even more dangerous parties alexei yoshi ascii is in kosovo for us and we'll be bringing you updates as and when they happen. meanwhile you can head to our teaser free video page to get the freshest pictures
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of this border dispute you can watch them there or download it in broadcast quality for free check it out on a free video got our t v dot com. mission. critical free. for charges free. range and free. three stooges free. download free broadcast p.t.o.'s for your media project a free media don carty dot com. to libya now where thousands of people are protesting against the forces loyal to the national transitional council that have taken over the capital tripoli locals argued that the presence of the troops provides a little security as they follow no particularly orders and fire their weapons indiscriminately and as robert perry the editor of an internet investigative magazine consortium of news says the people currently in power have suspicious
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links with terrorist cells there is evidence he did going back to the very beginning that the eastern part of libya was a hotbed of islamic radicalism some of these people have been true. one of the leaders who was killed recently a cheer was a libyan and he came from this general area and now we know that one of the leaders of the rebel forces that took tripoli who. was also considered very close to al qaeda and was indeed detained by the united states for some time before he was allowed to go free so it appears that the people with the guns on the side of the libyan rebels and now the government are people who have this very mixed background and it's not clear how the south when you get down to the point of once the country under the control this is force which side of this force will will be predominant. revolutionary forces say they have surrounded the city of seer
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a stronghold thousands of people have been fleeing the besieged city driven from their homes by fierce fighting and a lack of essential the chairman of the national transitional council says his forces have called a two day truce to let civilians leave but heavy rocket and mortar fire continued anyway meanwhile aid workers from the international committee of the red cross have brought medical supplies to the city rob lyons deputy editor of the independent online magazine spiked says nato intervention in libya has turned things from bad to worse. and this is the very small consequence of the think things that i got rolling back in february the kind of half hearted intervention was always going to end up with last stand by gadhafi forces to fight is this is the kind of law that we expected in tripoli a few weeks ago that never happened and clearly there's a lot in this thing about the role of the international community no could be making things worse not simply by bombarding the city boy actually having made such
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a fuss about civilians not being a lot for hearts even though they clearly have the book i say that it's given because duffy forces a real incentive to keep keep the civilians in the city probably well i'm sure many of them would like to get out of there no. effect simply because we're trying to shield by which the they can they can stay there for a high on for a bit longer and as the libyan conflict shows no sign of winning many feel it is following in the footsteps of another nato led military intervention the afghan war coming up we asked new yorkers if they think the decade long of fighting in afghanistan has brought any results. i don't see a goal and i don't really see anything changing even if we stay there another hundred years or a war there for that long it better be for something that we better get something out of it and that's going to happen now. more opinions on the afghan war from the big apple in just a few minutes. also ahead
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a suicide epidemic hits bankrupt farmers in india as the country faces one of the worst droughts in years we see why families think it's not nature to blame but the government. hundreds of people have hit the streets of the portugal's two biggest cities to protest against austerity measures the debt ridden country had to ask for a seventy eight billion euro rescue package in may to avoid bankruptcy under the bailout it was been agreed to to implement harsh cuts but is still fighting to reduce its budget deficit and another struggling euro zone state greece is trying to convince international inspectors it deserves another portion of its bailout the greek government has pushed through pension rights and extra taxes to try and please its creditors however financial journalist and blogger dimitri says the more bailouts greece receives the worse it gets for the economy. if they get the money
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the debt burden continues because they still want a primary deficit which means that they have to borrow money from their creditors to pay back their creditors the interest on their debt which neither their diet grows at the same time they're cutting the public sector which is a huge part of our economy the contraction in their g.d.p. which makes the debt burden grow more and more relative to g.d.p. because of it makes it harder harder for payback i think at this point the e.u. or a lot of the people in europe are beginning to realize that at least greece and i think also what portugal and ireland are into big trouble to simply continue to address the problems piecemeal the way they have been doing it i think that at this point they need to have a structured solution for greece rylan from portugal i think spain also and then figure out what they're going to do with italy i don't know if that's a much bigger problem but i think that in late late this year early next year some sort of solution and it could be devised that incorporates greece ireland portugal spain perhaps a total kind of restructuring package either that. greece is going to have to have to unilaterally default and it's that not only europe fighting financial troubles
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over in the u.s. hundreds joined a march in lower manhattan for a protest called occupy wall street their target is corporate greed and social inequality parties and stuff here tryphena well. the protesters are here for a simple reason they feel duped and defrauded by the system that planned on street greed pick up the financial meltdown that led to an economic collapse one in six americans are currently living in poverty bankers were held unaccountable and it was the people left to suffer distributer the skeleton of a revolution or the beginning of point possibly as high profile activists and scholars started joining these crowds it became harder for the media to ignore these demonstrations it also became hard for most americans to not take these crowd seriously as police brutality started to turn last weekend over eighty protesters were arrested several women were surrounded by police nabbed and nice with pepper spray but these protesters say they're willing to pay any price to get their voices
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heard a lot of people are from out of the one percent you know and you know a fraction of the one percent that have all the money and really all of our if you think about it because we would be so he goes they influenced a lot of decisions which doesn't help anyone else but them so that's why everyone else is going through the protests together first family and support really are beginning to wonder if this is becoming reminiscent of what america something the stance in this country up to seventy thousand people essentially storage capital will take this is there pieces of this economy because this is union support that has to continue to have. any of these demonstrators are planning to see fear and growth in numbers until a real peace treaty revenue should occur after all if the arab spring was applauded by the powers that be why not play same to a similar cry for cheap. is the future going to be. well as the authorities are
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accused of trying to silence the angry voices on wall street parties that max kaiser and c c herbert are refusing to stay quiet next hour they look at why some are so keen to put an end to financial rumors. the world bank prepared to be o.e. all agree there we can't talk truth here in the financial world here's a little video clip i want to turn to and this is the former greek finance minister yeah nice papantonio and he is that talking about this rumors of a fifty percent. haircut in greek debt should a solution require a fifty percent haircut as as i believe the current finance minister suggested. you know but it's me this is closer closer if you could this be said games are simply to dangerous proposition for greece he asked papa antonio financial harpies i mean it's and he doesn't want to talk about it understandably but pick your financial herpes yanis antonio you've got to talk about it you've got to go to the doctor or
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whatever and you've got to take care of your financial harpies i realise it's embarrassing and you should have been fornicating at the i.m.f. they gave you the financial harpies now you're a pariah. dimitri medvedev the latest interview has dominated the russian press in the last few days during a meeting with the chiefs of the countries the three biggest of t.v. stations the president explained why he has decided not to run for the office a second time he's got a piece going off tells us what he said. well the president's interview with the heads of the three biggest t.v. stations in russia did focus on some of the most important to latest political events in the country such as his decision not to run for a second term in office his recommendation of prime minister of what you will for the top job and to the sudden dismissal of former finance minister ali see who
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didn't so there's loss of analysis and opinions in saturday's press in russia opinions both positive and not so positive was started with the crimean sun newspaper really were well known here in russia and it's published an article to try to show you this published an article under the title of what were you after what's your ambition and the analysts that the newspaper was talking to have been saying that even though the meeting if you did has finally announced his political plans and the plans of his stand them with prime minister why do you put in there's still a lot of uncertainty since the official political programs for the upcoming parliamentary and presidential elections still have not been announced however this point of view is not shared by the analysts that he's this newspaper or school to use another well known big newspaper in russia it's published a lot to go under the title of how significant is the timing and its analysts have
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been saying that the media has finally managed to cool with a deal list of the biggest clears during that upcoming presidential election next more charming now or loss of focus is definitely on the sudden business or else no former finance minister aleksey khuda who is always thought to be the key ally both on the government and off the president's administration the kind of paper says that step to dismiss him like receiving more questions if he what else would happen world needed if he's still in office. however there are analysts who say. the dismissal just shows that the president is serious in his ambitions just too much of the problem and she oh action will be held in russia energy summer and the presidential poll be held next more cheney things can happen still and affording to need to be there it's still going to be up to the people to decide who gets to run
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the country next despite any recommendation about me as you are going off reporting for us and there and sticking with this story political analyst and you can off told our team that made the decision not to run in the upcoming election it was dictated by common sense with putin having a better chance of success but now i think the situation is pretty logical. and mediator for both representing the same political force united russia being completely similar in not being twins in politics and they're still pretty close to logically or politically at this point is needed if explained. is more popular then you did it himself and the question is about winning the next presidential election will not come out for medically it will be a fight which is more equipped to lead you know it is russia in their plight in the
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next presidential struggle at the same time he did it is keeping his position as an important political figure potential prime minister a potential leader of the united russia which makes him a politician with great perspective in the future. and for the full version of the interview you can always log on to our website archie dot com. indian farmers are being hit driven to suicide by one of the worst droughts in living memory and many thousands left with no harvest and huge debts say the government is doing next to nothing to help but he's pretty sure if it reports. the sun is shining on these farm lands in southern india commonly known as the country's rice bowl they may look much but the grass is far from greener out here farmers are killing themselves in the thousands. to the farmers are committing suicide
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due to the other farmers who committed suicide rommel auction whose husband is one of many who succumbed to drought and debt and took his own life some of the driest seasons in decades and an increase in past decides in fertilizers have rendered their land bare for the grieving families left behind the future is graeme. how should i carry on with my life and nothing is good for me and my children and there is no one to help us how do you are bearing the struggle someone needs to help us. while the government has attempted to deal with the high number of farmer suicides by compensating two thousand dollars to affected families many families say they haven't received any money and even those who have say it's not enough studies show that during the ninety's farmers were able to make around sixty dollars per acre of land every year of today just about forty dollars for almost four acres of land the government has pledged billions of dollars in relief package is to farmers and
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promised to increase the minimum rate on certain exports but many believe the farmers are being ignored. the government is neglecting agriculture basic information like wind power will be there when north is not available for the farmers the government is not providing sufficient loans which is forcing the foam is to knock on the doors of money lenders. those who've tried to beat it throughout themselves took out huge loans to dig wells but for many it's in vain. we are losing by making these wells but we are surviving because we are determined not to come. it's suicide we are leaving a very sort of like a sinking water levels mean these wells are useless but have left a deep hole in farmers' pockets the state beings turned their backs on those who couldn't repay their dads the loan sharks are now demanding high interest rates and won't take no for an answer you have the money lenders in
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a few notes years are frequently visiting our home and torturing us we want to be a huge sun we don't like drama laxmi are now the bread winners tending to two acres of desolate farmlands and rolling cigarettes to earn money to feed her children like her late husband she has no one to turn to and no way out a lonely life even though there are thousands just like her previous sridhar artsy talent on a india now a brief look at some other international headlines for you right now. somali pirates have are reportedly kidnapped a wheelchair bound french woman near the kenyan resort of lamu the navy and police chase to the boat carrying the victim but feared an attack could end with a seventy five year old woman drowning because nothing comes less than a month after somali pirates abducted a british woman and killed her husband in the same area. the second
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a typhoon in just a week is a battering of the rain a social norm in philippines forcing hundreds of thousands to evacuate the first cause landslides across the region and left at least one person dead forecasters predict the typhoon will become more powerful as it heads towards if you have not. a light aircraft has crashed into a ferris wheel at a festival in eastern australia leaving two children trapped on the ride for hours amazingly no one was seriously injured in the accident just before the crash happened rayna had forced the majority of people off the ride the pilot said he never saw the wheel before smashing into it. ten years after the u.s. invaded afghanistan its troops are still there and still fighting the decade old war has a left thousands of nato soldiers and afghan civilians that dead or harnessed as to new yorkers if they think of a campaign has been worth it. it's
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been ten years since the u.s. power to afghanistan as a prelude to an ongoing war i think a leader has it been worth it this week let's talk about that for wars there's no benefit to what is going doing there for ten years i don't know what the hell. they do and i don't know it's probably another vietnam. war where the problem is not a we're not. going to win it's just a case of more and more americans and others dying it seems clear cut see that it's not worth it i don't see a goal and i really see anything changing even if we stay there another hundred years it was worth it to hunt down al qaeda but i think we did there at the start with our special forces and for the past nine years i don't think we've accomplished much at all very controversial question there's pros and cons to the situation but at the present the proses i think that we have to make a statement that we aren't able to. see things sitting down that we have
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a voice and whether it's there's more peaceful ways to present that probably how does it go on for ten years that you take a stand for ten years it's a hornet's nest there's no winner over there we have great states we're in there with them but what we have to do. well eventually we got to bring peace and i mean that's such a nebulous thing right like why we really bringing peace to afghanistan well only time will tell you know i don't really know enough about it to say whether it was worth it and i know you think that's crazy that your country's been at war for ten years and you don't know anything about it better. but yeah do you think most americans feel that way you know i'm sure a lot of americans there for a win and so i i look at this way i mean for for a war there for that long i mean it better be for something and we better be. something out of it the thing that's going to happen now it seems like most people
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don't feel like the u.s. war in afghanistan has been worth it unfortunately no one in power seems to be listening. twenty four hours a day seven days a week our website is there for you with plenty of our top stories also there for you right now. one activist group speaks out against what they say are you a fuzzy plans to make ukraine a destination for sex tourists during the year old twenty twelve their tactic topless protests plus. how one twelve year old girl is breaking barriers and the world records in the male dominated sport of power lifting the full story coming up on line.
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